Culture Ireland’s Grant Program

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Culture Ireland’s Grant Program

Deadline: 1-Oct-21

The Culture Ireland is seeking applications for Promoting Irish Arts Worldwide.


Applications deemed eligible are assessed in line with the following criteria:

Artistic quality of work and track record of artist/s or arts organisation
Financial and operational viability of the event (including fees and level of support from presenter/venue/other partners)
Profile of international venue/festival
Proven capacity of applicant, artist/s or arts organisation to present work internationally
Wider promotional and media impact
Eligibility Criteria

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Application must be in respect of an Irish professional artist/s or arts organisation
Application must be in respect of an art form defined under the Arts Act 2003
Only international events are supported (i.e., outside the island of Ireland)
The event must be accessible to an open public audience and fees must be payable to the artist/s or arts organisation
Funding support is limited to travel and travel related costs
Grants are only payable to the person/organisation named on the initial application
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